Awareness / Love / Unity / Nurture / Absolute Bliss

Our aim at Aluna Yoga is to help you alleviate stress in the body and mind so that we can heal deeply and ignite a love within ourselves that makes us stronger and more compassionate to ourselves and those around us.

A serene and safe yoga space to flow, breath, relax and be you.


Andrea is a qualified Yoga Instructor, Nutritional Therapist and Reflexologist. Her gift to the world is compassion and finding natural ways to achieve optimal health. She is very passionate about her career and will always keep the doors open at her studio for those who wish to practice and absorb the benefits of yoga, meditation and relaxation. Yoga is for everyone and it is through this ancient healing practice that each individual becomes aware of their own experience and learns how to build kindness and strength within. She has completed many yoga teacher training’s over the years including Hatha, Yin, Pregnancy, Ashtanga/Vinyasa, Mum and Baby and continues to be a lifelong student of health and wellbeing.

What we offer


A wide range of styles from Hatha, Flow (Ashtanga/Vinyasa), Yin, Pregnancy yoga can be found at Aluna yoga studio.

Nutritional Therapy

Let’s look at the whole body and find ways to support ourselves physically, mentally and emotionally through the food we eat, the lifestyle we live and the relationships we create.


Reflexology treatments for mums to be and for those who may need some time out to reconnect and find harmony within.


Hatha yoga will build strength, connection and balance in the body, mind and soul through movement, pranayama (breathing techniques) and meditation.



“The practice of yin/yang yoga helps us learn about stillness in movement and the flow in stillness.” – Sarah Powers 

Yin Yoga comes from the Taoist tradition and is a slower, more mindful practice where poses are passively held for longer, working on the deep, dense connective tissues and joints in the body. Yang Yoga, in contrast, refers to a more active practice working on the muscles and blood flow, building strength, stamina and flexibility. Yin Yang Flow brings a combination of these two styles together so we can reap the benefits of both in one class. 

It’s important to have a balance of Yin and Yang in our lives and daily practice. We can do this by practicing a Flow Yoga class such as Ashtanga/Vinyasa or Hatha a few times per week and complimenting that with a Yin or Restorative class twice per week or practice them both in Yin Yang Flow. 

This practice is suitable for all levels including beginners.


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